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MAER-Net Blog - Introduction

Introduction to the MAER-Net Blog


 

Content overview

  1. How to create a new account for the MAER-Net Blog.

  2. Access your profile .

  3. Subscribe to automatic updates about new blog posts.

  4. How to comment on a blog post.

  5. How to create a new blog post.

  6. See member profiles and follow them.

 

1. How to create a new account for the MAER-Net Blog


  • Click on ‘Sign up’

  • Type in your email address and select a password. Wait for approval by the site administrator (maximum 1 day).

  • After approval you receive an email:


  • Login with your credentials. After your first login, your account creation process is finished.

 

2. Access your profile

  • Login to the MAER-Net Blog (if you don’t have an account yet, please go to step 1)

  • Click on “My Account”


  • Change your account details etc. within the profile settings


 

3. Subscribe to automatic updates about new blog posts

  • Access your profile (as described in 2) and click on “settings”

  • Click on “Subscribe” to receive emails about new posts and updates



 

4. How to comment on a blog post

  • Login to your account and select one of the blogs

  • Scroll down and leave your comment below the post



 

5. How to create a new blog post

  • To write a new blog post, you need “Writer” status. To receive this status, please send an email request to maer.network@gmail.com

  • Afterwards, you will see an additional button “Create a Post” after login to your account. The button is placed above the existing posts.



 

6. See member profiles and follow them

  • Login to your account and visit https://www.maer-net.org/members



In case of any technical questions, please contact maer.network@gmail.com.



Happy blogging and commenting!

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